Northbound train 26 rumbles over the Cuyahoga River on the first day of fall 2007 as two kayakers make their way down river.
The rear end of the Peninsula train glides across the Cuyahoga River on the first day of fall. At Peninsula the crew will change ends for the northbound run to Independence.
The southbound Peninsula train is minutes away from it's destination as it rolls across the 'crooked river'. The old ALCO was originally built for the Canadian Pacific.
On the tail end of CVSR 26 the 4241 idles over the Cuyahoga River as two kayakers look on, enjoying the scenery of a beautiful fall day.
Ex-CN 6780, is now owned by the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad, and wears B&O livery in honor of the railroad that once operated the Valley line. It is seen here pulling CVSR train 26 north, out... (more)
CVSR 1822 arrives at Peninsula Station with the 2nd leg of the Canal Limited. 2 brakemen guard the train as this area is heavy with hike/bike travel, plus the curious kids. Note the 2 kids in th... (more)
Privately-owned locomotive pulling Cuyahoga Valley Scenic's Akron train